The lights are on
Two appropriately scary games are available for download today just in time for Halloween.
Enslaved developer Ninja Theory has been hinting at its plans for
Enslaved DLC for some time now, but today is the first time we’ve
actually gotten details regarding downloadable content for the post-apocalyptic action title.
EA Sports' fantasy team builder add-on FIFA Ultimate Team 11 is now available for free.
BioShock 2 DLC for PC was recently canceled due to "technical and
timing issues," but good news has come along: Development for the extra
content is back on. PC players can expect Protector Trials and
Minerva’s Den as well as a patch headed their way soon.
EA announced some free downloadable content for Medal of Honor titled
"Clean Sweep." Today, they've revealed that additional paid DLC
will be arriving on the same day, November 2.
Comic Jumper (shown) and 'Splosion Man developer Twisted Pixel is working on two new games which we should hear more about soon.
As a thank you for their patience for waiting on online co-op, Xbox 360 players will get the first DLC pack at no additional charge.
The website GamerBytes noticed something odd about DOOM for Xbox Live
Arcade. Specifically, the game is not available for download on the
PlayStation Plus members have until October 26 to blow crap up in cool
cars, and more are coming to join the fun thanks to the 1,000 beta codes
Sony will be giving to members.
The team has posted a countdown timer on its site leading up to the big announcement next week.
Check out this batch of screens to see the first high definition Contra, even if Konami isn't calling it such.
Normally firearms in Dead Rising 2 aren't the best option for cleansing
the undead hordes from Fortune City, but the new Soldier of Fortune DLC
will make guns more powerful.